‘Ore grade’ rock chip geochemistry for gold and copper (extending for ~2kms) supported by anomalous gold and copper in soil geochemistry over the same ~2kms strike, with a width of nearly 1km. The copper mineralisation is open to the NE and the SW.
100m x 100m soil sampling assay results for Au shows Kosolda West is most significant anomalous Area.
Could this be the ‘in-situ’ source to extensive alluvial gold deposit in valley?
The IP-Resistivity survey returned good quality data. Southern Geoscience Consultants generated 8 chargeable targets, 3 are highly chargeable and definite anomalies. The other 5 features are weakly chargeable. Drilling is recommended on five of the features.
Channel sampling of Kosolda West carried out in Oct-Nov 2019. Best Channel results for Au are 21.1 g/t, 4.92 g/t and 3.09 g/t Au
Follow-up rock chip sampling of Kosolda West carried out in Dec 2019-Jan 2020. Best Au results returned were over ~500m on the north-eastern section of Kosolda West. Best rock chip results for Au were 6.20 g/t, 6.19 g/t 3.81 g/t and 3.61 g/t Au
Follow up on new Target Areas identified from Dr Michael Gazley’s evaluation of regional soil datasets.